Thomas Massie

I Endorse Judge Roy Moore In The Alabama Republican Senate Runoff

By Richard A  Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
The most powerful slogan in American politics is the simple phrase, “Send them a message.” As the Alabama Republican Senate runoff approaches conservatives can send the Republican establishment an unmistakable message by supporting and voting for Judge Roy Moore for Senate.

FLASH: Paul Nehlen Mulls Second Challenge to Speaker Paul Ryan, Cites Failed Leadership On Obamacare

"Ryan's healthcare bill is, to quote Rep. Thomas Massie, a 'stinking pile of garbage,'" said Paul Nehlen. "Conservatives across the nation are panning Ryan's Obamacare 2.0, and it's time Ryan actually stepped up to the plate to deliver on an actual repeal bill instead of the Paul Ryan version of Obamacare."

Rep. Thomas Massie: Trump is 'better than 90 percent of the congressmen I serve with'

Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

"Trump might be the only one of the 17 that ran in this primary that could win in the general election. Numerically, with the message we had, we were almost stillborn going into the general with the electoral map that exists. Trump has changed the map. Pennsylvania's in play. Michigan's in play."

GOP Leadership Election Update: What’s Going to Change?

Liberty-minded Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky asks the fundamental question House Republicans face when they elect new leaders, including a Speaker of the House to succeed John Boehner: "What's going to change" if everyone simply moves up a notch and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy becomes Speaker? Massie answers that question by endorsing principled limited government constitutional conservative Rep. Daniel Webster of Florida for Speaker.

No deep-pocketed donors for liberty-minded congressman

Deirdre Shesgreen, Cincinnati.com

Rep. Thomas Massie is one of the least successful fundraisers in Congress so far this election cycle.
Only five other House incumbents running for re-election raised less than Massie during the first six months of the year, and two are non-voting delegates from Guam and American Samoa, according to an analysis by USA TODAY.